Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
GlaxoSmithKline LSE:GSK London Ordinary Share GB0009252882 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.60p -0.46% 1,415.00p 1,415.00p 1,415.20p 1,424.00p 1,406.60p 1,423.80p 2,865,188 14:38:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30,186.0 3,525.0 31.4 45.1 70,169.32

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/4/2018
10:51
...rhymes with drug....plug..... and they go in the ear .
redips2
19/4/2018
09:04
Experts query case for GlaxoSmithKline's new 3-in-1 lung drug Do they make a drug which enables people to ignore "experts"?
anhar
19/4/2018
08:53
Personally, I think the Pfizer 'deal' was a non-starter.
tradermichael
19/4/2018
08:28
Wonder if GSK now Novartis deal is done, will they go back to Pfizer and make a silly bid, they already done due diligence.Could pick it up cheap, perhaps.
montyhedge
19/4/2018
08:24
SP is finding it difficult to breath,maybe Ellipta can fix it !
abdullla
18/4/2018
17:53
Africa now has its own potential BSE equivalent , so another form of prion disease now possible A neurodegenerative disease discovered on camels in Ouargla 15 April 2018 A scientific study carried out by the Italian Higher Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità, ISS) in collaboration with the universities of Tlemcen and Ouargla has led to the discovery of a new prion disease on camels of the region of Ouargla, reports the Outbreak News Today website. Prion diseases (pathogenic protein) are life-threatening neurodegenerative diseases that can affect animals and humans, such as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), the common name of which is disease of the liver. Mad Cow). The neurological symptoms seen in dromedaries precisely recalled those of mad cow disease, leaving Algerian researchers suspect that it would be a prion disease. Suspicions were confirmed by laboratory tests carried out by researchers at the Italian Health Institute. Symptoms suggestive of prion disease appeared in 3.1% of dromedaries brought to the slaughterhouse of Ouargla during the 2015-2016 period. The new disease has been dubbed "Camel Prion Disease", which can be translated into "camel prion disease". The relatively high frequency of the disease and the involvement of the lympho-reticular system suggest that it is a communicable disease within the species and widespread in the region, says the study. "The discovery of a new prion disease in an animal species with economic and food value in large areas of the planet raises important issues of public health and food security," said Gabriele Vaccari, head of ISS. "Camel rearing is widespread throughout North and Central Africa, as well as in the Middle East, Asia and Australia, and is an important element in the economy of many populations. In many areas, camels are used for the production of milk and meat for human consumption, "said the researcher. The results of the investigation so far suggest that the prion disease affecting the camel is different from BSE, with the cow being the only animal to have so far shown that its disease could be transmitted to humans with more than 200 deaths in different parts of the world, says the study. Nevertheless, the risk to humans is currently unknown, and a thorough investigation is needed to clarify its zoonotic potential, say the researchers.
buywell3
18/4/2018
14:02
Thanks phoenix I will wait till they send me the details again as I burnt the last lot, or wait till they ring me and ask them Why etc I will stay with them for now as I too am too lazy too swap Broker. Cheers for the replies though. N
nico9
18/4/2018
13:33
@Nico9. I don't have an account with ii, but did used to work in private client brokerage/banking. I'll give you my 2 cents. Such operations have an obligation under 'Know your customer'/best practice to profile their customers, and periodically review and update that information. It's so they know who they are dealing with, and that only suitable products are available to suitably knowledgeable or experienced clients. No gambling e-coins for a pensioner granny. No dodgy Soviet plutocrats using a/c's to salt away dirty money etc. I can't tell what they specifically wrote re: 'restrict'. It could be simply that if you disclosed you have only ever traded/invested in shares that they might have, or might newly impose, a restriction on you deciding to commence trading FX, or future options, etc. They do have some responsibility to try and limit your ability to self-immolate via potentially having access to products that could be inappropriately risky for you. That said, these profiling exercises can be dressed up as the above, but also serve to get clients to broadly disclose where their wealth is. For example if your broker sees you disclose that you have another fat a/c with another broker then they might consider that the assets in the other a/c are a target for 'harvesting' - and that is the actual term for it. Ie encouraging the client to close the rival a/c and bring the assets into the harvesting broker's a/c. On the face of it I can't see why you should disclose info that does not concern them, but be conscious that by doing so it might shut you off from some services/products etc. I find it unlikely that they'd summarily put unlisted restrictions on your a/c, what you're currently using it for, without having to explicitly detail them and warn you. HTH, and if you were to copy/paste the wording of their request re: potential a/c restriction the context of their intention might become clearer.
jrphoenixw2
18/4/2018
13:17
Echo zho's comments the AJBELL
badtime
18/4/2018
12:56
Anyone had their divi reinvested? My account in II they do it within a couple of days of the divi coming in. But in HL, it seems to just sit in my account for a week or so before it gets reinvested?
aganatra20
18/4/2018
11:14
nico9, I'm with AJ Bell and I'm happy with them, but I have seen the occasional criticism, as is the case with pretty well all execution only brokers.
zho
18/4/2018
11:12
cheers al101uk well ii did say that if i dont comply with giving my wealth info they could restrict my account in some way!!!! Not sure how thy would do that but im more interested as to why they are only asking me as others havent been asked before and i have NEVER been asked for Personal information before from TDW in the many years of having an account with them. I did look into AJ Bell too so would welcome any experience with that company if amyone uses them? tia N
nico9
18/4/2018
10:06
Halifax is more secure than iWeb if it came to bankruptcy where one could lose all holdings!
abdullla
18/4/2018
09:55
I like iWeb too.
barony
18/4/2018
09:38
Just opened an account as iWeb - part of the Halifax group - same interface and facilities (a bit limited and outdated) as Halifax Sharedealing - but less than half the price. £25 to open one account (subsequent accounts free) but trades are £5 as opposed to £12.50 with Halifax. No other charges for usual dealing, no additional ISA charges - so I'm switching my 2 Halifax accounts to iWEB. I also have 4 accounts with IG Index, who I prefer but don't want to have my entire portfolio with one service.
woodhawk
18/4/2018
09:21
Have a look at iweb share dealing.
glasgow13
18/4/2018
08:57
Thanks Nico, I was bothered by the fees and I still don't like seeing them come out of my account, but like you I do enough trades to cover the costs, so other than my own dislike for them it's not actually costing me anything. Still, I'm considering putting my new ISA allocation elsewhere, especially following the Beaufort Securities incident. It's clearly not a good idea having all your eggs in one basket. So far IG is the favourite.
al101uk
18/4/2018
08:06
nico912 Apr '18 - 21:48 - 17263 of 17299 Edit 0 0 0 I used to be TDW now ii. Pile of poo!! Just been posted a survey asking about my Personal wealth etc!!! And I have to POST back the details!!!! nico9, I'm an ex-TDW customer too, transferred over to II and still there mainly as a result of laziness. Nothing that II has done thus far has made me dislike the service though, interested is the archaic communications is your only gripe or has there been other things that have caused your "pile of poo" assesment? I'm with sicker, I just wouldn't reply to a survey like that, online or postal. Well apart from the wealth survey they want me to fill in then the charges I now pay isnt great Never paid quarterley fees with TDW but now both the Mrs and I pay twice as both have ISAs although I get mine back if I do enough trades. sorry for late reply btw I will not be posting the Wealth info back as already burnt it. If they insist on it I will change my account!!!
nico9
17/4/2018
17:47
Abdulla - Yes Trump is unpredictable, I have a hunch that he deliberately tries to be just that in order that all the other world leaders stop taking it for granted what America will do. The previous president was as predictable as one could be and it didn't achieve very much did it? There's a hell of a lot of middle class Americans who don't have the slightest interest in what the media are saying, don't want to know about wars in foreign parts, and just want to get on with their lives. Not an unreasonable ask and why IMO Trump got elected.
losos
17/4/2018
16:53
Wouldn’t touch IMM with a barge pole now. The chairman there has form with other failed UK bios, not sure how much he has lost investors over the years, but it’s substantial
dr biotech
17/4/2018
11:37
Just sold 80% of my blnd shares to re-invest in gsk @ £14.00.
sicker
17/4/2018
11:27
'IMM down 85%' on 35* average 30-Day volume, at the time of writing. Ouch!
jrphoenixw2
17/4/2018
11:14
Knowing Unpredictable Trump this will be a gamble,but then again stock market is exactly that !
abdullla
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